longevity

I was fortunate to learn from Pavel himself about the Soviet secrets of dominance and longevity. Here is what I discovered.
What people should be doing in the gym, intensity versus consistency, and setting client expectations - Charles covers it all.
When your muscles are tired, it’s pretty obvious. But when your mind is tired it can be hard to tell.
I often wonder: If my sole or primary objective was to feel as good as possible at age eighty, would I still lift as hard as I do?
This book by Dr. Walter M. Bortz details a simple, holistic approach to living a long, healthy, and full life.
People often forget about the secret places - in particular the shoulders, midsection, glutes, and ankles. Here's are some drills to strengthen these areas.
Training in an intuitive manner is the reason people can create great results from their workouts.
The way you train, eat, and sleep is going to determine how long you can stay on the mats.
So your feet your hurt after a few minutes of running and you think an appropriate goal is to run a half marathon?
I’m no Moses, but I’ve experienced enough in my years of fitness to establish my own guiding rules when it comes to health and exercise.
Consider who you really are. If you are training as a paid athlete, you take risks - you are expected to. If you're the average person, you should be contemplating the cost-benefit of your training.
When you look at a sport like cycling, complete with high-speed crashes and prolific drug use, it’s hard to believe top cyclists actually outlive their countrymen by an average of five years.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the seven most popular articles of the week. This week: stocking stuffer ideas, stretches for achy wrists, and more!
One of the benefits about getting older is you start to see how things are connected. Those subtle relationships can be the key to unlocking amazing returns on training.
After an injury the hard part is teaching yourself a new norm, deciding what you need to give up and how you will continue to train.
The question you need to ask yourself is what is important to you – looking tough right now, but ignoring those little aches and pains, or being fit forever?